- Learn how the agile project manager and the traditional project manager roles differ
- Practice agile project management as a facilitator and find out how to achieve your desired outcomes
- Master the fundamental agile concepts of adaptive planning, customer collaboration, and value-driven delivery in dynamic and sometimes in highly constrained environments.
- Understand how standard project management processes, such as metrics and reporting, fit into the agile process.
This two-day course focuses on core components of the agile project manager role and how that differs and is distinct from the traditional project manager role. It equips the learner with strategies and techniques for successful lean and agile project implementation.
Learn how to instill a servant leadership mindset in your team and understand how this approach is critical to empowering agile teams to produce great results. You will practice the role of the agile project manager and as a facilitator of agile practices know how to work towards achieving your desired outcomes. Take a more in-depth look at the fundamental agile concepts of adaptive planning, customer collaboration, and value-driven delivery in both dynamic and sometimes highly constrained environments.
In addition, the learning objectives of this course address how agile approaches handle standard project management processes such as metrics and reporting.
Who Should Attend
Product and line managers, project managers, developers, testers, business analysts, and anyone interested in learning more about agile methods.
Course Completion and Certification
Successful attendees of our Certified Professional in Agile Project Management—ICAgile course can be awarded the ICP Agile Project Management (ICP-APM). Additionally, the certified attendees will be listed on the ICAgile website, indicating their designation. Coveros recommends Fundamentals of Agile Certification—ICAgile as a prerequisite for those seeking the ICP-APM designation.